The Voice Season Two Starts Tonight
The Voice Season Two starts tonight at 6.30pm and traditionally with successful talent shows the second season is better then the first.
As professional singers who are generally suspect of reality shows see how the show boosted performers profiles. Prinnie Stevens has said since the end of the show she has been able to make living from her music, as probably has quite a few of them from Season One.
Darren McMullen confirms this is in an interview with Ros Reines in the Sunday Telegraph where he says:
“I prefer The Voice this year,” he says.
“I think it is a better show. The level of talent is brilliant because a lot of good artists watched it last year, saw that it wasn’t just a rubbish reality show where they would be judged on their looks and decided to audition because The Voice has integrity.
“The hardest thing that we have to face this year is that we have artists from a load of different genres, including jazz, Broadway musicals and rock and roll, so judging them will not be easy.”
He also says there is some friction between Delta and Seal, if so I am on Team Delta if this is the case.
Delta has also revealed she has taken some media training in the off season to improve her performance in the show after she faced a barrage of criticism last year.
Ricky Martin replaces Keith Urban in the swivelling chairs.
Also Holly Byrne from The Daily Telegraph reviewed the show and was gushing over it even saying “the nine blind auditions will deliver some of the most incredible singers this country has seen on any stage.”
Hmm maybe Seal has been working some Jedi mind tricks on her….
Also The Voice is going all out on the social media interaction and you can build your own team to coach much like those football competitions online. It looks interesting but could be a bit of a time suck but a prize of a VIP to the final to The Voice in the USA is up for grabs. Go to the official The Voice site to register and also to apply for tickets to the shows.
The Voice Australia on NINE tonight (Sunday) at 6.30pm